Coach Cross wants a good start in World Junior Squash


Seventeen-year-old Ong Sai Hung is the youngest member of the team.

PETALING JAYA: National junior coach Andrew Cross knows it won’t be easy, but he’s still counting on the boys’ team to spring a few surprises at the World Junior Squash Championships, which will be held in Bielsko-Biala, Poland, from Aug 6-17.

The boys finished fourth in Namibia two years ago. This time, they will be led by three-time British Junior Open winner Ng Eain Yow. The others are Ong Sai Hung, Mohd Farez Izwan and Marcus Sim.

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